What is another word for custard-apple family?

Pronunciation: [kˈʌstədˈapə͡l fˈamɪli] (IPA)

The custard-apple family is a group of plants that belong to the Annonaceae family. This family includes trees and shrubs that produce fruits that resemble custard apples in shape and texture. Some of the common synonyms for this family include the pawpaw family, soursop family, and cherimoya family. These names are given to the various fruits that grow on different members of the family. Although the fruits may look different, they all share similar characteristics such as a sweet and creamy flavor, and a high nutritional value. The custard-apple family is an important source of food, medicine, and economic advantage for many communities around the world.

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Related words: custard-apple tree, custard apple plant, custard apple fruit, custard apple seeds, custard apple raw, custard apple leaves, custard apple jelly, custard apple syrup, custard-apple pie

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